Paper Trained VI
By Karen Dupré
Item #: 13221838A
17" x 19"
16" x 18" without border
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High-quality printing gives this fine art print its vivid and sharp appearance. Produced on medium weight cover stock, this art reproduction is coated with a silken finish that protects the inks and creates an elegant look. The versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.
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Dogs make the headlines, and headlines make the dogs in Karen Dupré’s “Paper Trained IV,” part of a whimsically clever series of six canine portraits. A self-taught artist, Dupré began painting at age 9. She initially painted images of horses and wildlife, and later broadened her creative scope to include haute-couture figures, abstracts, cityscapes and entertainment scenes. Dupré is particularly gifted in her ability to portray the play of light in both nature and man-made objects. Influenced by 19th-century painters who redefined artistic norms, Dupré challenges herself to do the same in her versatile artworks.
Karen Dupré works in a myriad of styles, all of which share the common threads of talent and creativity. Originally from California, Dupré is a self-taught artist who began painting at age 9. Initially inspired by her love of horses, she later painted haute-couture figures, abstracts, idyllic nature scenes, cityscapes and still lifes. She excels at portraying the play of light in both nature and man-made objects. Drawing inspiration from 19th-century painters Klimt, Monet, Remington and Renoir, who reshaped artistic ideals, Dupré aspires to do the same with her diverse styles.
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